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  1. Mount Rainier Scenic Railroad

    Transport yourself back to the heyday of steam locomotive logging on a more than two-hour train ride through the foothills of Mount Rainier. Hear the train whistle and feel the rumble of the tracks as you pass over tall wooden trestles, through the dense forest,…

  2. Mountain Bike Oregon

    The Oakridge area is known as the “Mountain Bike Capital of the Northwest” and serves as one of Oregon’s centers of outdoor recreation. Mountain biking is a big part of the culture in this area, which has an unparalleled system of mountain biking trails.  Ride among…

    Location: Greenwaters Park, Oakridge, OR 97463
  3. My Own Two Hands

    Sisters has an amazing ability to support a variety of the arts — painting, music, sculpture, photography, dance, fiber arts (quilting), etc. — then get together to celebrate the works with the whole town.  Sisters is diverse in its arts, yet supportive of all artists. Attending the…

    Location: Sisters, OR 97759
  4. Oakridge Tree Planting Festival

    The Oakridge Tree Planting Festival began in 1953. It was a time when logging provided many family-wage jobs, and the festival was a way of celebrating the good times and the community’s dedication to sustainable forests. Today, though the economy has changed dramatically, the community continues…

    Location: 1st Street, Oakridge, OR 97463
  5. Olympia Farmers Market

    The Olympia Farmers Market is the social hub of Olympia for 9 months of the year with entertainment and the finest array of farm fresh products from South Sound farmers, artisans and crafts people. Approximately 45-50 vendors market offer a range of products from farm…

    Location: 700 Capitol Way North, Olympia, WA 98501
  6. Oregon Jamboree

    The Oregon Jamboree is the Northwest’s premier Country music and camping festival, started in 1992. Located in the foothills of the scenic Cascade Mountains, the festival takes place in a seven-acre, park-like setting bordered by Sankey Park and the historic Weddle Covered Bridge. It is known for…

    Location: 860 18th Avenue , Sweet Home , OR 97386
  7. Oregon Shakespeare Festival

    Oregon Shakespeare Festival celebrates its 75th year in 2010. The organization traces its roots back to the Chautauqua movement and has the oldest existing Elizabethan stage in the Western hemisphere, built on the site of the 1893 Chautauqua dome. The Tony Award-winning OSF is among the…

    Location: 15 South Pioneer Street, Ashland, OR 97520
  8. Oregon State Fair

    The Oregon State Fair celebrates Oregon and serves as a gathering place for Oregonians. The fair showcases Oregon products and people; educates and communicates to the citizens of Oregon about the needs, issues and context of the key industries of the state of Oregon, with…

    Location: 2330 17th Street NE, Salem, OR 97301
  9. Oregon Trail Christmas Village

    The Oregon Trail Christmas Village helps preserve the historical events surrounding the attempted, but failed, crossing of covered wagons in 1845 by Samuel Kimbrough Barlow and his party. Steeped in near-tragedy, the events surrounding this important circumstance have almost been forgotten, so locals created an annual event…

    Location: 73370 E. Buggy Trail Lane, Rhododendron, OR 97049
  10. Oregon Trail Quilt Show

    This annual festival was established  to educate the public to appreciate the heritage of our fabric arts, particularly quilts. The event allows people to retreat back into their memories and remember the past as it relates to something as simple as a quilt; these handmade works of…

    Location: 73370 E. Buggy Trail Lane, Rhododendron, OR 97049
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